The Rumley Lofts - Distinctive Condominiums in the heart of Old Town
The Rumley Lofts - Distinctive Condominiums in the heart of Old Town.
Located at the corner of 2nd and Mead across from the Old Town Square, the Rumley is within walking distance from numerous shops, restaurants, movie theatre, City Arts, museums and clubs. The Rumley is being converted to 28 distinctive condominiums available for purchase. Construction will be complete the end of December 2005. For more information visit our web site at www.rumleylofts.com or call 316-651-6616. Private showings are available by appointment.
1 & 2 Bedroom multi-level lofts in Old Town Square. Private parking
1 & 2 bedroom, private parking
The Lofts at Old Town Square offer luxury living overlooking the heart of Wichita's exciting, historic Old Town. We're located just steps from dining, shopping and entertainment. The best in urban living!
Upscale spacious multi-level 1 & 2 bedroom lofts. Located in Old Town Square next to City Arts and the Warren Theatre. Call Angela or Chrissy for an appointment.
Spacious urban warehouse living
Discover a world of first class apartments with historic appeal and a premier location in Old Town!The "true loft" apartments keep the building's 17 foot high ceilings, exposed mechanical pipes and sprinklers, and oversized windows. They take advantage of the eight-inch-thick concrete floors, which provides a high level of sound proofing.
Innes Station includes two-story loft-style apartments on the first level, outdoor patios in some units, two passenger elevators, and secured underground parking.
Residential loft condominiums.
Original art included....If a home becomes a portrait of its owner, your canvas awaits you. Grant Telegraph Centre offers loft warehouse shells in their original 1925 state, complete with multi-colored brick walls, concrete columns and hand-painted remnants of its historic tenants.
From 1,600 to 3,900 square feet, some with skylights, rooftop gardens and freight elevators. Private underground parking is offered.
1 & 2 Bedroom and lofts
On December 27, 1900, the hotel gained nation-wide recognition after militant prohibitionist Carry Nation waged an attack in the hotel bar. The bar, which was reportedly the show saloon of Wichita and one of the most elegant bars in the Midwest, contained the nude picture "Cleopatra at the Bath", which was painted by noted Wichita artist, John Noble.